Vermont This Week

July 13, 2012

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Stewart Ledbetter, Moderator; Ross Sneyd, Vermont Public Radio; Sam Hemingway, Burlington Free Press; Susie Steimle, WCAX.

Payroll scandal envelops Vermont State Police; Brock faults Shumlin for overtime management; Sanders: Burlington gas dealers ripping off consumers; Election '12:  Controversial Maine governor stumps for Brock; Air Force clarifies F-35 scoring.


 

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